Is that a cell phone in his pocket...or is he just happy to see her? A Strangers on a Train StoryWhen Amy Moreland left Seattle, she never expected to see her workaholic ex-boyfriend again. Encountering him on her Connecticut-to-New-York-City commute is the surprise of her life. He seems... show more
Is that a cell phone in his pocket...or is he just happy to see her? A Strangers on a Train StoryWhen Amy Moreland left Seattle, she never expected to see her workaholic ex-boyfriend again. Encountering him on her Connecticut-to-New-York-City commute is the surprise of her life. He seems hell-bent on winning her back, but every time his cell phone rings, it's a painful reminder of how he failed to put her first. Jeff Havers can't help that his phone keeps interrupting his carefully composed apology speech, but having Amy sic the Metro North security team on him is a bit much. Once he talks his way out of handcuffs, he focuses on coaxing Amy to talk about the fears that drove her away. As the train ride takes them through the landscape of their lost life together, sparks fly and remembered heat reignites. But if they're not brave enough to overcome the still-fresh pain of old wounds, it could be too late to pursue what really matters--their ticket home. Warning: This book contains steamy train-car action, sex on the stairs, and a hero determined to give his velvet-and-heels-clad woman exactly what she's looking for. Story length: 19,000 words, or 78 pages.
Publish date: April 2nd 2013
Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd
Pages no: 61
Edition language: English
Series: Strangers on a Train
This is my 5th book in the "Strangers in a Train". I loved it!We meet Amy who left Seattle and Jeff to pursue a work opportunity. Jeff was upset with how this thing all played out. But after a while he realized how much he misses her and how much he is willing to do to bring her back home to him. He...
4,25 starsI'm a sucker for marriage/relationship in trouble and reunion tropes and this contribution to the Strangers on a Train collection just cemented this love.It was emotional and gripping! I was flipflopping between rooting for Jeff and agreeing with Amy that he was an ass who didn't deserve a...
This reunited lovers story didn't work for me at all, partly because I'm usually not a fan of the trope. But there are some books with this theme that I love, and the two other stories in this anthology that I've read have been so great, so I decided to give Ticket Home a try. The main problem I had...
Amy and JeffAnother cute novella for the Strangers on a Train anthology. Debut book? Full review to come on Fiction Vixen Book Reviews
Grade: B+“So is that why you ran away?”“I ran away, she said through gritted teeth, “because you were an asshole.”I was floored when I learned this was Bell’s first published title. More like this, and she’ll be on my auto-buy list.The only thing that kept this story from an “A” grade was the bit wi...